Taylor Swift is coming out with a new album.

During her acceptance speech for Best Pop Vocal Album at the 66th GRAMMY Awards, the pop star announced that she will be releasing a new album, The Tortured Poets Department. The record, which will come as her latest original album following 2022’s Midnights, will drop on April 19, 2024.

In her speech, she shared that she was accepting her 13th GRAMMY and since 13 has always been a special number for her, she wanted to share something special. She announced The Tortured Poets Department, an album she shared she has been sitting on for two years.

In a letter posted on social media, Swift wrote, “And so I enter into evidence. My tarnished coat of arms. My muses, acquired like bruises My talismans and charms. The tick, tick, tick of love bombs. My veins of pitch black ink. All’s fair in love and poetry. Sincerely, The Chairman of The Tortured Poets Department.”

At this year’s GRAMMY Awards, Swift is up for six categories including Record of the Year and Song of the Year. Last year, Swift released the highly anticipated re-recorded version of 2014’s 1989. Swift is currently set to embark on the Asia leg of her famed The Eras Tour, where she will be performing several dates across Tokyo and Singapore.

While we wait for The Tortured Poets Department, listen to 1989 (Taylor’s Version) here.